Episode 53: Emele Ugavule

In this podcast, Georgia Mokak chats to Emele Ugavule to discuss Emele's recent article, Pause and think before you rush online.

Illustration of Emele Ugavule  on pink background

Illustration by Emele Ugavule 

Emele Ugavule is a Tokelauan Fijian (Kaideuba, Te Kaiga o Fagatiale, Nukunonu, Te Kaiga o Koloi, Uvea) living on Bindjareb Nyoongar, Bibbulmun Nation in Perth. She is a multi-disciplinary storyteller working across live performance & film as a performer, writer, producer and creative director of Talanoa.  Emele's work is intercultural, centring the development of ethical trans-Indigenous collaborative creative processes and outcomes informed by Indigenous epistemologies, ontologies and cosmologies.  In this episode we discuss the themes of Emele's recent article for Witness Performance, Pause and think before you rush online.